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Inverse Boolean Value

Steve Dyke
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How do I re-write this to not equals?

Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Putting aside the question of whether or not this is good code, you can just add a "!" (not):

new Boolean(!($F{day6r}.toString()+"/"+$F{day6o}.toString()).equals("0.0/0.0"))


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Steve Dyke
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This works great. This is valid code for JasperReports PrintWhen expression.
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there is a difference between "good" code and "valid" code.


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